Looper stands out as one of the year’s smartest, slickest , most WTF-inducing sci-fi films.
No matter how cynical you are, it’s very difficult not to find yourself grinning.
Overall, The Sweeney didn’t need to be made, but it’s perfect popcorn fodder as a cop film in its own right.
If you’re a fan of B-movie thrills, people telling zombies to fuck off and OAPs brandishing automatic weapons, Cockneys vs Zombies will not disappoint.
The Bourne Legacy is not game changing. It is, however, a well constructed action film with sufficient distance between itself and the original trilogy to enjoy in isolation.
The Expendables 2 is an outrageously entertaining slice of mayhem and silliness.
Though this somewhat slight film doesn’t quite hold up when compared to the Pixar classics, as a stand-alone venture Brave pretty much hits the mark.
If it’s not better than The Dark Knight, it’s at least as good. And that cements Nolan’s Batman series as among the finest trilogies the cinema has ever seen.
Much like a two-hour long episode of Family Guy, Seth MacFarlane’s new offering Ted is a blend of the hilarious, the offensive and the downright lazy.
For a film so blatantly designed to be provocative, Bradley Parker’s The Chernobyl Diaries is a shockingly dull affair.